A little over ten years ago in the suburbs of Chicago, a group of junior high kids decided to get together to form a band. Their dream of on day becoming big time rock stars blinded them throughout their high school and college days. Now, after playing more than 400 shows in the past two and a half years, Left Undone is creeping ever closer to realizing the very dream that has sustained them for all these years. The experiences they've shared while playing and living together have formed a bond that transcends their music and genuinely affects the audiences that flock to see them play. After veering in many different musical directions during their adolescence, Left Undone has crafted a sound, which they can truly call their own. Their sound is familiar enough to listeners to draw them in, but at the same time is unlike anything else they have ever heard. The tasteful fusion of in-your-face rock with gut wrenching soul is the culmination of years of honing their playing and writing skills. The evident competence that they exhibit night in and night out as players singers is undeniable. Left Undone is the kind of band that the sound engineers and bartenders at the clubs come up to afterwards to say, "You guys rock!" All of the shows they've played have taught them that the show is just as important as the music, and throughout the years they've developed a stage persona that is simply unmatched in the music today. Whether its lighting their equipment on fire, simultaneously falling to the floor during a quiet moment, or playfully pulling out dangerous wrestling moves to end a song-Left Undone is guaranteed to leave their fans with a visual and aural experience they will never forget. Every time. There has never been a band that epitomizes what a good rock and roll band should be more than Left Undone. They're just a bunch of friends living out a dream.